Octomom Nadya Suleman has gone back on her very public vow not to put her family on welfare. Though she posed nude for money, Suleman says it just isn’t enough to care for her
litter family. She now receives $2000 a month in food stamps.
Suleman has said that she’s received death threats for receiving public assistance, something she repeated during her interview with Matt Lauer on “Today” on April 5.
The Octomom is raising 14 children. She gave birth to the longest living set of octuplets after undergoing in vitro fertilization. So, what do you think of Suleman going on welfare? We want to hear your opinion. Vote in our poll and watch the “Today” interview below.